Tag Archives: Training

Sexual Harassment Bills to Watch Before the California Legislature

Several significant employment law bills relating to sexual harassment are pending before the California legislature which could significantly affect employer practices. SB-1343 seeks to amend current sexual harassment prevention training for employers.  Under current law, employers with 50 or more employees must provide sexual harassment training to supervisors within six months of the supervisor’s assumption … Continue Reading

Retailer’s Guide to Defending Against Workplace Violence

Violence is a leading cause of workplace deaths in the last 15 years and causes 48 percent of worker deaths in the retail industry, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Protecting retail stores is particularly challenging because they are open, public, high-traffic spaces with cash on hand, sometimes late-night operations, and with high employer … Continue Reading

AB 2053: Sexual Harassment Training Must Now Include the “Prevention of Abusive Conduct”

AB 2053 went into effect on January 1, 2015, thereby requiring that California employers with 50 or more employees provide training on the “prevention of abusive conduct” along with the sexual harassment training already required by law. “Abusive conduct” is defined under California Government Code section 12950.1(g)(2) as the “conduct of an employer or employee … Continue Reading

California Appellate Court Decides Two Important Wage and Hour Issues on Reporting Time and Split Shift Pay

On December 21, 2011, a California appellate court made two important rulings regarding reporting time and split shift pay: First, non-exempt employees are not entitled to “reporting time pay” for attending scheduled meetings at work, even though no “usual” day’s work is performed, as long as the employee is paid for at least half of the … Continue Reading
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